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Rally in the Valley – A Study of King David

Tue., November 3rd, 20208:00am – 5:00pm

Four-week series with Pastors Ruud, MacLean, Lose, and Freeman beginning 10/20; videos emailed to participants
King David, along with Moses, is perhaps the most significant figure in the Old Testament. When most of us think of David, we likely think of some of the iconic stories about him—his heroic defeat of Goliath or his infamous relationship with Bathsheba. Or perhaps we think of Michelangelo’s famous sculpture of him or a favorite Psalm ascribed to him. Even knowing these things, we probably don’t realize just how important he was to Israel or, for that matter, to the church. David was regarded not only as Israel’s greatest king, but also as the one from whose line the Messiah would be descended. Each of the New Testament gospels makes it clear that Jesus is “the son of David” as well as being the Son of God. Join us this fall as we take a closer look at David and appreciate more fully his significance in both the Old and New Testaments. We will explore David’s life and legacy across four weeks, in the first gaining some background to this famous character and in the next three delving more deeply into the Sunday bible story about David.

When: Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 at 8:00am

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